October 22, 2007

Leviathan Returns with Naomi Klein, November 2nd

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Leviathan: Political Cabaret

Relaunch Special

Friday November 2nd 2007, 8pm
CrawDaddy, Harcourt Street, Dublin 2

Following a very successful outing at this summer’s Electric Picnic festival, Dublin’s leading forum for intelligent discussion, debate and satire returns to CrawDaddy on November 2nd with a very special show hosted by David McWilliams featuring a one-on-one interview with renowned syndicated columnist and author of “No Logo” and “The Shock Doctrine: The Rise of Disaster Capitalism”, Naomi Klein.

…followed by a panel discussion on “Romantic Ireland’s Dead and Gone” with Green Party Senator, Deirdre de Burca ; Sinn Fein Councillor, Killian Forde ; Sunday Independent columnist Carol Hunt; and Sunday Times columnist and blogger Sarah Carey as well as musical satire from Paddy Cullivan/ Clint Velour and a new cartoon from Langerland.com.

Doors 7.30pm – Showtime 8pm sharp.

Tickets €20 + booking fee from www.ticketmaster.ie

More at www.leviathan.ie

A live stream of the show will be broadcast from this site on the night.

  1. mark

    is there free drink?

  2. eske

    Leviathon returns – wonderful but “Live Streaming the show” – how about a proper podcast like yo used to do – come on I want to be able to listen on MY MP3 player not be stuck close to a PC …

  3. Joseph

    Well done on bringing Naomi Klein to Ireland – glad to see the rise of corporate power being discussed.

    On Nov 17th there’s a conference in TCD “Education: Whose Business is it Anyway” which will be debating many of issues Klein wrote about in NoLogo – particularly marketing in schools and the commercialisation of public education.

    Looking forward to hearing the Leviathan interview.

  4. Eske,

    We will be posting a podcast after the show as well as video highlights.

  5. eske

    Excellent – looking forward to it.

  6. dsmnd

    Ticketmaster says tickets not on sale – is it sold out ?

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  8. Sold out unfortunately. We’ll be posting an edited podcast next week at http://www.leviathan.ie

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